|Software Mistakes and Tradeoffs (Manning)|
|Monday, 20 June 2022|
This book, subtitled "How to make good programming decisions", shows how to optimize the decisions that define your code by exploring the common mistakes and intentional tradeoffs made by expert developers. Tomasz Lelek and Jon Skeet explore real-world scenarios where poor understanding of tradeoffs lead to major problems down the road, so you can preempt your own mistakes with a more thoughtful approach to decision making.
Learn how code duplication impacts the coupling and evolution speed of your systems, and how simple-sounding requirements can have hidden nuances with respect to date and time information. Discover how to efficiently narrow your optimization scope according to 80/20 Pareto principles, and ensure consistency in your distributed systems. You’ll soon have built up the kind of knowledge base that only comes from years of experience.
Author: Tomasz Lelek and Jon Skeet
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